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Boy killed in Smethwick shop crash identified

The crash scene in Cape Hill, Smethwick
The boy was trapped between the car and the shop

A 15-year-old boy who died after being trapped against a shop front in Smethwick, West Midlands, by a crashed car has been identified.

Joshua McAuley was airlifted to hospital after Saturday morning's crash in Cape Hill but later died.

A 24-year-old woman remains in a serious condition. A 32-year-old man suffered a suspected broken arm and leg in the incident.

A man, 28, from Birmingham has been arrested and bailed over the matter.

The man from Winson Green - who police initially said was from Worcestershire -was arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving.

West Midlands Police are asking anyone who saw the incident to contact them.

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